I purchased a pair of curvy iron bases from a friend.
They originally were black, but I painted them gray and distressed them.
|Curvy Iron Table Bases|
I bought two pre-made round table tops at Lowes for only $10 each.
I diluted the same gray paint I used for the bases and gave the raw wood a wash.
All I did was apply the thinned paint and rub away with a damp cloth where it was too dark.
You can see the wood grain still showing.
|Gray Washed Table Top|
To dress them up I added large nail heads around the edge.
|7/8 inch Nail Heads from DIY Upholstery|
This is a good look at the nail heads, the distressed base, and the gray wash.
Sorry it looks like a face.
|Oh my, it looks like a face!!|
Since this month's design theme at Sweet Clover is A Naturalist's Cottage,
I styled the tables with some nature inspiration.
Oh please Spring, come soon.
One last look at that nail head.
Yes, I admit I'm obsessed with nail head.
Please come see us at our next Sweet Clover sale, February 20-22.
Don't miss the Naturalist's Cottage.
Of course I'll have these unique tables for sale too.
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